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Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

You can also limit what pages can be changed. Safe Harbor Statements - Clearly mark pages that are controlled and approved vs. those that are not. Or pages that are for training purposes but you need to go elsewhere for the official stuff. A few of the interesting patterns that I commonly think about: Starting Point - Never give people a blank page. Honey Pots - Create pages that people are likely to update such as Common Support Issues, FAQ, etc.

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